00/00/2009. This press photo shows the Dassault-Breguet jet business aircraft range of the mid-seventies:
F-BVPR, the 7/9-seat aircraft was produced in 1975, first flown as F-WLCT, reregistered F-BVPR it was used for several years as a company demonstrator. As of this day the aircraft is still registered as such, presently acting as an air ambulance.
F-BTCY, the 10/12-seat aircraft was produced in 1965, first flown as
F-WMKH, later also registered as F-BOEF, TR-LOL, D-CILL, and finally
F-BTCY, it is still registered as such as of this day. In the mid-sixties the type briefly redesignated Fan Jet Falcon, later Falcon 20C.
F-WAMD, the 10/12-seat intercontinental aircraft was first flown on November 7, 1976, and subsequently reregistered as F-WNDB and F-BNDB. The fuselage is preserved at the Conservatoire de l'Air et de L'Espace d'Acquitaine at Bordeaux-Merignac.